Google's quest to kill the password is gathering steam. The U.S. search giant confirmed it is testing a way for users to log its in to services using just their smartphone and no password.
More than half of Phones4u’s former stores remain empty just over a year after the mobile phone retailer went bust.
Apple has called for changes to the UK government’s investigatory powers bill, over fears it would weaken the security of “personal data of millions of law-abiding citizens”.
Forget delivery. Drones may soon have a bigger role in social media.
Has Facebook finally struck the fatal blow in the long, slow demise of Flash by switching to HMTL5 video by default?
Alibaba has hired a former counterfeit investigator for Apple to lead its charge to wipe out fake goods from its e-commerce platforms amid ongoing criticism from regulators.
Martin Shkreli, the controversial pharmaceutical executive facing U.S. securities fraud charges, had his Twitter account hacked Sunday.
Google has patented a way for its driverless cars to communicate with pedestrians and others on the road.
Justin Bieber, the world’s sixth biggest Instagram user, has deleted his account and left the photo and video service.
Tech billionaire Peter Thiel defended his decision to finance a lawsuit that bankrupt Gawker Media on Monday, saying the news site was willing “to exploit the internet without moral limits” and “did something beyond the pale” by publishing a former wrestler’s sex tape.
Microsoft’s revamped Xbox One occupies a curious space in the current gaming generation.